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Fire destroyed a building in downtown Ironwood early Wednesday, killing one person.

Fatal Ironwood Fire Considered Suspicious


Cryptocurrency Craze: The Ultimate Risk In Financial Investing

Minnesota Hospital Errors Rose Slightly Over Past 4 Years

Cloquet Alternative Ed Program Named School of the Year

Annual Summit Event on Equity, Race, And Ethnicity Held At UMD

Citizens Group Releases Poll Results About Potential Natural Gas Plant

148th Airmen Overseas: "I'm Proud to Be Here."

Thursday on GMN: What if it's your kid?

It can start with just one.  Whether it's e-cigarettes, flavored tobacco products, or cigarettes themselves, how do kids start smoking?  Recent debates over the issue show stakes are high. What if it's your kid?  Thursday on Good Morning Northland.


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Dayton Pushes Public Works Package for Water Quality Efforts

Wisconsin Legislature Passes Plan to Lower Health Premiums

Evangelist Billy Graham Dies at Age 99

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Energy Design Conference Showcases Latest Energy Efficiency Technology
Wisconsin Assembly Passes School Guard Grant Bill
Wisconsin U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin Proposes Made in America Shipbuilding Act
Police Seeking Help Finding Woman from Red Lake Reservation
Minnesota, Wisconsin Leaders Hope for Local Legislative Success
148th Airmen Overseas are Making a Difference
Wis. Legislature Passes Bill Targeting Abortion Coverage
Minnesota Reports 116,000 Jump in Uninsured
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Senators Propose Minimum Age for Rifle Buying

Evangelist Billy Graham Dies at Age 99

Man Who Died in Yellowstone in 2017 Was Looking for Treasure

US F-16 Dumped 2 Fuel Tanks near Fishermen on Japan Lake

Washout May Have Caused Freight Train Derailment; 2 Injured


Police: More Than 150 People Bought Fake Super Bowl Tickets

Prosecutors Charge Health Company in Milwaukee Jail Death

Mpls. Police Not Tracking Body Camera Use Despite Directive

Supreme Court Asked to Review 'Making a Murderer' Confession

3M to Pay $850 Million to Settle Chemicals Suit

Sun Country Airlines to Cut 350 Twin Cities Ground Workers

New Rebellion Against Wind Energy Stalls or Stops Projects

Report: Steel and Aluminum Imports 'Threaten to Impair National Security.'

Trump Considering 'All Options' on Steel, Aluminum Cases

Amnesty International Group Warns about Mt. Polley

Drought ends: American Women beat Canada 3-2 in SO for Gold

NSIC Basketball Postseason: Season Ends for UMD Women, Bulldog Men Win in OT

UMAC Hoops Playoffs 2/21: UW-Superior Women Advance, Season Ends for CSS Men

Up North: Father-Son Combo A Diving Duo for Duluth

Minnesota Hospital Errors Rose Slightly Over Past 4 Years


Minnesota Reports 116,000 Jump in Uninsured

Supreme Court Asked to Review 'Making a Murderer' Confession

Event Cancellations and Business Closures Due to Weather

Wisconsin Elections Officials Prepare for Bad Weather

High Court Asked to Iron Out Polling Place Clothing Dispute

Former Duluth News Anchor Poised to make Run for Congress

Minnesota Agency Reduces Backlog of Abuse Complaints


Wisconsin Attorney General Open to Allowing Guns in Schools

SCCU Buys Dairyland State Bank

Invasive Bloody Red Shrimp Discovered in Lake Superior

Event Cancellations and Business Closures Due to Weather

Update: St. Paul Woman Dead in Hwy. 61 Crash

Northlanders Embracing Latest Round of Heavy Snow

Minnesota Hospital Errors Rose Slightly Over Past 4 Years
False Story Claims Dunkin' Donuts Offering Free Doughnuts
Universal Launches Plans for Third 'Jurassic World' Film

Special Report: Before They're Gone

When Ron and Mary Tarnowski went missing in late July, their family faced a worst case scenario. Ron had dementia and seemed to have been heading for the family's hunting shack when their vehicle got stuck. Now, their family wants others to know what to do before they're gone. 


CD8 Candidate Kirsten Kennedy Stops in Duluth

Kirsten Kennedy, one of the many candidates vying for Rep. Rick Nolan's seat in Congress, stopped by Duluth Monday. Kennedy is currently serving her second term as mayor of North Branch. 


Two Women Injured in Finland Snowmobile Accident

The Lake County Sheriff's Office says two women were injured in a snowmobile accident in Finland over the weekend. 


Junior Canadian Musher Shares Her Experiences in Duluth

A Canadian junior musher who competed in the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon this past year shared her experiences about the sport on Monday in Duluth.


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Dayton Pushes Public Works Package for Water Quality Efforts

Senators Propose Minimum Age for Rifle Buying

Screnock, Dallet Advance in Wis. Supreme Court Election

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Possible Lynx Sightings Stir Talk in Thunder Bay

DNR: Northland Moose Population Still Stable But Low

International Media Take On Ruff Northland Assignment

States Craft Partnership to Protect Great Lakes from Invasive Carp

Tuesday Update: Beargrease is Redington's to Win

Mich. Panel Wants Stepped-Up Fight against Deadly Deer Illness

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